Escaping the Counter-Productive Equity Delusion

You pay for perceived schooling quality, either through tuition, or by paying more for a house near a better school.  The long tradition of imagining otherwise continues to be very costly in that it yields ‘choice’ for the more affluent, only, but only choice among different shades of ‘comprehensive’ (the futile attempt at one size fits all).  AND paying through the housing market concentrates poverty; inadvertent systemic racism in the name of equity; literally, unbelievably TERRIBLE!!!